Wednesday, March 18, 2015
So how do we communicate when we are sitting three feet apart, emails and Facebook. I have been known to use video chat if he is in the other room. We also talk, take long drives, go shopping, cook and enjoy meals together. But e-life continues to be a part of life. It is hard to imagine life before email and yet it has only been a little over 20 years. Blogging has been in my life almost 10 years, Facebook came after that.
I can remember when a radio that fit in my pocket was a big deal, now we have computers that fit in our pockets. I read the other day that in 1991, the computing power of last year's I-phone, cost over $3.5-million dollars. Our smart phones have more computing power and memory then NASA had available when they landed men on the moon and brought them safely back to earth. That happened in my lifetime.
My parents were born the year that Lindbergh flew the Atlantic, what will happen within the lifetime of a person born today? How will the E-life change their life?